Safari thru God’s Word

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Safari Thru God’s Word

6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Sherry Horvath
    Sep 20, 2013 @ 15:53:20

    No work today so I sat here with your web page and a cup of coffee. WOW, what a fun day, spent with amazing pictures and God’s promises. Your animal and bird safaris are GREAT !!! The pictures and the Bible verses made me smile, laugh and want to come to South Africa again! My favorite is the Cape Buffalo and Ox Peckers on his back -“Do not be carried away by all kinds of strange teachings”. Made me laugh out loud 🙂 So neat how the promises fit your pictures. Even more special that you guys took most of these pictures of the animals and birds yourselves. Brooke returned from school and sat here with me -“WOW” from the younger generation also! Very well done!

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  2. Judy Crawford
    Jun 07, 2013 @ 12:53:34

    Unbelievably awesome! It is so amazing to me how God leads us to where He wants us. Your website is so comforting and stabilizing. The people and events of this world can make my stomach get in a knot and the sin of worry and fear can begin to infiltrate my soul until I remember God is in control. I really love the verses and pictures in your safari and the concise description of “What we Believe”. I will keep your website as a “tab” on my computer to review daily. Thank you!

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  3. Vam meej -Ricardo Molinar
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 22:09:19

    Tom and Cheryl:
    Your website is absolutely fabulous. I am totally impressed.
    The safari tour needs to be highlighted by more than just a mere item to click on.
    It is a witness in and of itself and a tribute to almighty God. AMAZING. Good job bro.

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    • Tom
      Feb 02, 2012 @ 09:40:13

      Hi Ricardo. Thank you and Karen and Candace for your encouraging comments. Your Thailand (Hmong) name “Vam meej”, meaning “Prosperity” is well given. In God’s Grace we are all “Vam meej”. Thanks Brother!!

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  4. Ron Underdahl
    Dec 16, 2011 @ 11:13:55

    Fascinating! Right out your back door! Thanks for sending your website along.

    Ron Underdahl

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    • Molinar
      Dec 17, 2011 @ 05:28:56

      Hi Ron: Thank you for your comment. Truly in our back door. We took all the pictures ourselves while on various safaris. It is amazing to see the wild animals in their natural environment. Also interesting to think that when God preserved Noah and his family, the only other creatures that He preserved were the animals!

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